See Why President BUHARI Should Ban Pastors Predicting The Future In Nigeria

We don’t know if this is even right to say and we are very much aware that the Nigerian law did not give the government powers to ban anyone from free speech, but below is why some Nigerians are saying maybe government should enact laws to ban these types of utterances as it has a way of affecting the nation negatively, Please take your time to ready everything and then comment, lets us have your opinion:

Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele...

*Jonathan would continue to rule till 2019.

In January 2013, he predicted that God showed him Jonathan would continue to rule till 2019.
“The 2015 elections will hold but will be peaceful in some areas and not in other areas. As it is, from what I see at the moment, PDP will win, amidst serious criticism,” he said. Primate as he’s commonly called by some of his followers, foretold ahead of the 2015 election: “Kaduna is going to be very bloody. PDP may take Kaduna, but it’s going to be by narrow margin. Yobe, Gombe, Benue, Delta, Akwa Ibom, all those states will be won by PDP.

RESULT: After the election, Kaduna was calm and not bloody. APC’s candidate, Nasiru el-Rufai, won the governorship election, beating PDP’s Ramalan Yero. Also, the PDP missed clinching Yobe and Benue governorship seats as the primate had predicted, ex-President Goodluck Jonathan was defeated and he also made a phone call to congratulate President Buhari even before the final results were announced.

*2015 Presidential Elections

On the presidential election, the man of God had this to say about Jonathan: “This election is a lesson for him and there are still lessons for him to learn if he now gets it back. He still needs a lot of prayers. But in the midst of all the ups and downs, he may still have a very slim chance of winning the election. I don’t see any landslide victory at all between him and Buhari. At the end of the day, PDP will win the federal, but the party will crash after the election.”

RESULT: After the election, PDP, however, was estimated to have lost with about 2.5 million votes at the federal level.

*Jega will let Nigerians down

According to the prophet he also made a prophecy about former INEC chairman, Prof. Attahiru Jega ’I predicted that (former Independent National Electoral Commission chairman, Prof Maurice) Iwu will be removed and it came to pass. Let me tell you categorically that (Prof Attahiru) Jega does not have a solution to election rigging in Nigeria. Jega will disappoint Nigerians’
“Chairman of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Attahiru Jega will be confused during the polls. There will be several gimmicks to cajole the INEC to rig the election. Prayers must be offered so that the commission will not lose some of its staff to accident or attack before and during the election. E-voting will not work. There will be ballot box snatching and stuffing during the election.”

RESULT: The direct opposite happened, Prof. Attahiru Jega performed exceptionally well and conducted one of the most credible election in the history of the country. Even when attempt were made to make Jega fail, he remained totally calm while Godsday Orubebe, a former minister of Niger Delta, disrupted the announcement of the election. Jega ended his tenure as INEC chairman a couple of weeks later.

Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele...

*Glory of Lagos APC fading

“The glory of Lagos APC is fading except the party hierarchy makes hasty restitution otherwise time is not on their side as regards the governorship election. They have committed a blunder with the choice of Akinwunmi Ambode as governorship candidate. Only prayer can change the tide. PDP will spring surprises and shock APC. If PDP works hard, the party will win Lagos governorship; however, the party’s candidate, Jimi Agbaje, needs prayers.

RESULT: The governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode was declared the winner of the April 11 election.  Mr Ambode polled 811,994 votes, with the runner-up and the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr Jimi Agbaje, polling 659,788 votes. After the election results were announced, Mr Agbaje congratulated Mr Ambode in a telephone call. In a tweet on his twitter handle, Mr Agbaje said: “I wish him well and pray he will be successful in guiding this state”.

*Ebola will come back

The prophet asked Nigerians to pray against recurrence of Ebola in Nigeria in the year, saying there will be fresh cases of Ebola in the year while calling on those in the health sector to double their efforts.

RESULT: Since the WHO’s representative in Nigeria officially declared Nigeria to be Ebola free on 20 October 2014, Nigeria remained free from the epidemic. However in October 2015, there were rumors of an Ebola outbreak in Calabar, Cross River State, the Federal Ministry of Health through Linus Awute, the permanent secretary of the ministry, said there was no basis for rumours of yet another outbreak of the virus. The 15 people – one doctor, nine nurses, four health workers, and one patient who were quarantined were discharged and certified ebola free. As at today, December 27, 2015 Nigeria is still a World Health Organization-certified Ebola free country

Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele...

*Boko Haram will bomb South-west

“I see flames from bombings in several parts of the country, including the South-West and more abduction of school pupils. Efforts should be intensified by security operatives to forestall that. Boko Haram will come up with different strategies to attack the nation.

RESULT: The Islamist sect is yet to carryout any attack in South-west, Nigeria

*Anti-corruption war will backfire

Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele said that Nigerians should not expect President Muhammadu Buhari to achieve much in the anti-corruption war, stressing that the whole effort would actually backfire as several notable people, who are close to him would be indicted and thereby tie his hands such that he would not make progress. His words: “In probing Jonathan, Buhari will end up shooting himself in the leg. What I mean by that is that as he tries to trouble Jonathan, it will cause problems. He will only be able to hit corruption, but will not make much impact. In the process of the corruption battle, some people who are close to Buhari will be indicted. That is why I said that he would shoot himself in the leg. Buhari will make efforts to make Nigeria better, but his efforts will be frustrated by a cabal in his administration. He will step on many toes, but that would frustrate his administration the more.”

RESULT: The anti-corruption body EFCC have been more active under Buhari’s administration, with many prominent Nigerians and leaders currently investigated for collecting huge sums of money from the Office of the ex-National Security Adviser , Sambo Dasuki.

by blackfase

Having read all this, do you now see why some Nigerians won’t mind of the Government Ban some of these Pastors making all these Predictions that they call Prophesies? Please let us have your comments using the the Facebook comment box below or the other and don’t forget to share this post if you like it

2 Responses to See Why President BUHARI Should Ban Pastors Predicting The Future In Nigeria

  1. AIGBEFOH Reply

    December 30, 2015 at 7:22 am

    Get busy over other things
    than matters of Religion please .

  2. Lemmy Caution Reply

    December 30, 2015 at 3:12 am

    Your comment is political and not academic ally sound. At best it was a strait jacket which must pull apart.No government ever ban predictions from men of God. Most of elections were rigged. There under aged voters in the north which never took place in the south.

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